Three Things that Are Very Likely True about You

If you are in the right place, here are three things that are likely true about you.

1 You are a fan of self-improvement and personal development.

I’m guessing that you have at least a modest library of success books and recordings. If I could see your bookshelves, I’m guessing that I would see various titles from the success figures listed above or others with a related message.

Most likely, your browser history would reflect this as would your hard drive. You probably read articles, listen to mp3’s, and watch videos that serve you well on your success journey.

In addition, I imagine that I would find “how-to” information on various business topics.

These might be “nuts and bolts” trainings about subjects such as:

  • Sales.
  • Marketing.
  • Copywriting.
  • Internet marketing.
  • Real estate.
  • Network marketing.
  • Public Relations.
  • Securities trading.
  • Outsourcing.
  • Managing people.
  • Writing a business plan.
  • Money management.

If this is so, congratulations!

Your library distinguishes you as a seeker of success. After all, mediocrities don’t seek to improve themselves.

2 You have invested in a variety of live events, coaching programs, and/or on-line learning.

This means you’ve spent time in hotel meeting rooms. Quite likely, you have also logged more than a few hours learning new ideas either by phone or at your computer.

If you have been about the business of improving yourself for some period of time, here is my guess. You already know enough to make a lot more money than what are currently making.

Certainly, you will continue learning. You can always learn a new skill or improve upon your present level of expertise.

However, too many people invest in a series of “how-to” programs to relieve the stress of the moment. They say “Well, at least I did something.”

However, the stress relief is temporary. In fact, stress returns with a vengeance when you get the credit card bills!

You may know the drill. However, I hope you don’t.

So you understand what Jim Rohn means when says “Formal education will make you a living. Self-education will make you a fortune.”

This separates you from a wide assortment of wannabes. They lack your vision and mettle.

3 You have a story.

T. Harv Eker says “You either have money or a story.” I understand his point.

I would say “Everyone has a story. It’s either about success or it’s about excuses.”

In the case of success, the story you tell yourself about yourself is one of success. Accept it as true, take action, and success is yours.

This may take a while. And it may require hitting the “reset” button of life a time or two.

However, if success is your story and you stick to it, you will get it. It’s as simple as that.

Conversely, failure is the result of telling yourself a story based on excuses, i.e., vignettes that justify mediocrity. Accept these as true and you in trouble.

In either case, they tell a story. One story is good. The other is… well… not so hot.

Take the time-honored excuse “The dog ate my homework.” That tells a short story, does it not?

Consider Jim Rohn’s saying “How long should you persist? Until.” This suggests a short story also.

All you need is a little imagination. The former justifies failure and the latter implies a tale of temporary defeat on the way to a great victory of success and money.

In either case, as Shakespeare wrote, “Thereby hangs a tale.” You get to decide which tale your life tells.

Which one will it be? You’ll be the first to know.

One of the most important benefits of self-improvement and personal development is the success stories you hear and read.

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